- Victorian country house built in 1865
- Professionally refurbished in 2010
- Large master bedroom with ensuite
- Two further double bedrooms and family bathroom
- Spacious living room and second reception room with woodburner
- Additional communal garden area
- Beautiful kitchen/dining/family room
- Huge utility room and WC
- Garage with mezzanine floor and two private allocated parking spaces
- Pretty surroundig gardens and additional courtyard garden
Charming Victorian three bedroom country home, professionally refurbished in 2010, and situated in a beautiful, private estate. Further information from Jacobs & Hunt.
The Retreat was originally built in 1865, part of the Home Farm to a Victorian mansion which later became the first Leonard Cheshire Home known as Le Court. It was professionally refurbished in 2010 to an exacting standard, resulting in a luxurious country home and forms part of a unique and interesting courtyard development.
The Retreat is well presented and offers charm and spacious living in a very tranquil location with stunning views over surrounding open Hampshire countryside.
The double fronted property has a large sitting room with a bright aspect and stairs to the first floor. There is an additional reception room with a wood burning stove and Bath stone surround.
To the rear is a very large utility room with WC and a door leading to the secluded courtyard garden which is a suntrap in the summer.
There are two stairs down from the utility area to the stunning kitchen/dining/family room.
The first floor offers a large master bedroom with ensuite bathroom. There is the possibility of knocking through the master bedroom to the mezzanine floor of the garage to either add an additional bedroom or living space, subject to planning.
There are two further large double bedrooms with a family shower room.
Externally, there is a wonderful private walled courtyard garden, with wrought iron gate which leads to the two private parking spaces. Additionally, the property boasts lawned gardens to the front and side where you will find a west facing private patio area which overlooks the beech hedge perimeter garden to the side and the bank is seeded with wild flowers. To the top of the garden you find a small patio area with wonderful far reaching views of the countryside. This garden does have potential to create a large terraced area if desired.
The garage is alongside and has a staircase to the mezzanine floor.
Stunning surrounding countryside and views - perfect for walking and rambling.
The five courtyard properties form part of a very pretty private estate approached by a tree lined drive within the South Downs National Park and adjacent to a Site of Special Scientific Interest. They also benefit from a large partially fenced, and walled grassed area accessible for social and communal purposes.
Electric heating and hot water provided by electric boiler.
Septic tank drainage
Double glazed windows
Council Tax Banding - Band E - £2286. East Hampshire District Council.
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